Consequences of inadequate analgesia during painful procedures in children.

  title={Consequences of inadequate analgesia during painful procedures in children.},
  author={Steven J. Weisman and Bruce Bernstein and Neil L. Schechter},
  journal={Archives of pediatrics & adolescent medicine},
  volume={152 2},
OBJECTIVE To explore the effect of inadequate analgesia for painful procedures (bone marrow aspiration, lumbar puncture, or both) on the pain of subsequent procedures. DESIGN A cohort of patients with cancer who had participated in a placebo-controlled, randomized study that documented the efficacy of oral transmucosal fentanyl citrate for painful procedures rated the pain associated with subsequent procedures performed with open-label oral transmucosal fentanyl. PARTICIPANTS Twenty-one… CONTINUE READING

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